Brighton striker Anders Dreyer is happy over his chance with Denmark's U21 team.
Dreyer, on-loan at Heerenveen, was involved in the summer U21 Euros, but joined late into that last campaign.
This season, he has begun from the start under U21 coach Albert Capellas and says: "When I joined the former U21 national team, they had been running for a year. It was an incredibly good team, but I also think that the current team is, which the results so far also show.
"There are some other players, but the level is still very high, so it's great to be a part of.
"It is definitely an advantage to be part of the new U21 national team from the start. Then you get the opportunity to get to know the new coach well.
"Albert Capellas wants to play football, and we like to look at that in Denmark. It's been really good so far. He comes up with a different view of things and that has helped us a lot."